Former President of the United States, Donald Trump has returned with scathing criticism of Joe Biden’s administration.
Trump, addressing conservatives on Sunday, being his first public appearance since leaving the office on January 20, slammed Biden, claiming his government is “anti-jobs” and “anti-science”.
The 74-year-old, however, ruled out setting up a new political party, pointing out that it would hamper the chances of the conservatives to win elections and insisted that there must be unity among Republicans.
During his 90-minute speech, the former President repeatedly attacked his successor.
“We will persist and we will prevail. We are tougher than they (Democrats) are. We are stronger than they are. Together in the coming years, we will carry forward the torch of American liberty,” he said.
“We all knew that the Biden administration was going to be bad, but none of us even imagined just how bad it would be and how far left they would go,” he said.
“In just one short month, we have gone from ‘America First’ to ‘America Last’,” Trump said.